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This guide tells you the advantages and disadvantages of a Lifetime ISA and how this compares to Help to Buy ISAs.
This guide outlines the pros and cons of investing in an ISA or pension.
Using our notice ISAs comparison table is simple; just pop in the figures in the search panel and then hit the ‘Revise Search’ button. The results of your search will be displayed with the provider’s who you can start an immediate application with at the top. Underneath these are the products from the rest of the marketplace. In order to show your results in interest rate order, simply untick the ‘Show me products first that have quick links to the provider’s site”.
Choosing the right notice ISA for you is highly individual decision. However, as a rule of thumb notice ISAs with a longer notice period tend to have better interest rates. So, the longer you can leave your money untouched then generally the better the returns you can expect. On the other hand, it is unwise to choose a long notice period ISA where you may have to access funds without proper notice – such ISAs often carry hefty penalties in terms of interest lost for those who must withdraw monies without the appropriate notice. Instead, be realistic about how likely it is that you’ll need to access your funds and, if you want to play it safe, choose an easy access ISA instead.